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pavo cristatus

  1. Out of ...

    Out of ...

    ... focus eclipse male Colors are worth looking at ... albeit ____________________ Keoladeo National Park Bharatpur Rajasthan India
  2. Indian Peacock : male dancing : Amazing Wildlife of India by Renu Tewari and Alok Tewari

    Indian Peacock : male dancing : Amazing Wildlife of India by Renu Tewari and Alok Tewari

    11K views 77 Comments 213 likes Dancing Male Indian Peacock ... there is no more majestic a sight than a dancing male Indian Peacock ... ... in the whole of Avian World ... Truly spectacular ... ... part of Indian folklore for millenia ... Monsoon months witness a sharp spurt in display...
  3. Pavo cristatus

    Pavo cristatus

  4. Peafowl undomesticated

    Peafowl undomesticated

    They are reproducing in the "wild" in Florida.
  5. Peahen and chick

    Peahen and chick

    Image cropped, re-sized, levels adjusted and minimally sharpened. Thank you for your kind appreciation of my previous posts.
  6. Peahen and chicks

    Peahen and chicks

    Full frame image. Re-sized, levels adjusted and minimally sharpened. Thank you for your kind appreciation of my previous posts.
  7. Indian Peacock ... in  different moods : by Renu Tewari and Alok Tewari

    Indian Peacock ... in different moods : by Renu Tewari and Alok Tewari

    3.3K views, 60 likes, 12 loves, 14 comments, 47 shares Amazing Wildlife of India by ... Renu Tewari and Alok Tewari Indian Peacock ... in different moods ... Peacock is an inseparable part of Indian myth .. folklore ... and literature ... Pre-monsoon and monsoon time see them in the peak of...
  8. Indian Peafowl

    Indian Peafowl

    Indian peafowl are a species in a group of birds called pheasants. The males are called peacocks, while the females are called peahens. Together, they are peafowl.
  9. The show ...

    The show ...

    37 years of a journey together ... _______________ Soul Mates ... The flame ... ... still burns bright ... The show must go on Plenty of water though ... ... has flown down the river of time ... Of trials ... and Tribulations Ups ... and down The Soul ... yet Connects Holding the...
  10. Peafowl and her chicks  on a rainy morning..

    Peafowl and her chicks on a rainy morning..

    Image cropped, re-sized, levels adjusted and minimally sharpened. Thank you for your kind appreciation of my previous posts.
  11. Rain-soaked Peafowl

    Rain-soaked Peafowl

    Image cropped, re-sized, levels adjusted and minimally sharpened. Thank you for your kind appreciation of my previous posts.
  12. Peafowl

    Peafowl

    Chance shot of a peafowl displaying on an abandoned building Image cropped, re-sized, levels adjusted and minimally sharpened. Thank you for your kind appreciation of my previous posts.
  13. Peafowl Preening

    Peafowl Preening

    Image cropped, re-sized, levels adjusted and minimally sharpened. Thank you for your kind appreciation of my previous posts.
  14. Peafowl

    Peafowl

    On a rooftop. Image cropped, re-sized, levels adjusted and minimally sharpened. Thank you for your kind appreciation of my previous posts.
  15. Peafowl

    Peafowl

    A young male. Thank you for your kind appreciation of my previous posts. Image cropped, re-sized, levels adjusted and minimally sharpened.
  16. Indian Peafowl

    Indian Peafowl

    Indian Peafowl, a male (obviously) sheltering from a storm.
  17. Third time lucky

    Third time lucky

    They sat on the shed roof for so long I sort of stopped pressing the shutter, apart from odd clicks here and there. When suddenly one of them flew the short gap to the house... missed it. Got ready for the next one.... didn't go, didn't go, stopped clicking..... went!!! Got ready for number...
  18. The bruisers return

    The bruisers return

    These guys obvious escape from a local 'big house' in the area and go wandering round the town. They landed on the shed in my neighbour's garden and even at that distance they look huge. I first saw them in the area about 2009.... then nothing until the summer of last year, then another visit...
  19. Saturday fun.......

    Saturday fun.......

    .... or... This was going to be There's Always One ... but by the time I'd clicked, the middle one decided to have a snooze, so rather spoilt that little joke. Over to you for a suitable title now LOL This group suddenly appeared in the neighbour's garden yesterday afternoon and had a wander...
  20. Anyone for Tennis?

    Anyone for Tennis?

    Goodness... I was watching the tennis from Wimbledon at the end of June, when this colourful Peacock, first landed on the shed roof, then flew across to the roof of the Adult Resource Centre beside me. He wandered about up there, then flew down to the ground and back up again! A local hotel...
  21. Saturday Fun.....

    Saturday Fun.....

    ..... or expect the unexpected. AAP There were three of these guys wandering about for a few days and suddenly appeared on the shed roof. This was in the days before I even thought about window feeders and things. I've no idea where they came from and not really sure when this was as there's...
  22. Indian Peafowl (male)

    Indian Peafowl (male)

    Indian Peafowl (Pavo cristatus) Male, species sexually dimorphic. Photographed at Moyobamba, Amazonas Department, Peru. A highly disturbed (deforested) rainforest at 860 m (2,822 ft) elevation. I know its not native but who can resist (lol)?
  23. Peafowl (Pavo cristatus)

    Peafowl (Pavo cristatus)

    Shot in Ranthambore National Park, India
  24. Peafowl (Pavo cristatus)

    Peafowl (Pavo cristatus)

    Ranthambore National Park, India
  25. Blue Peafowl

    Blue Peafowl

    Female.
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